Traffic police across the country have still not resumed enforcing traffic laws after a pre-election enforcement moratorium that was meant to last just a few weeks ahead of the July 28 poll, according to government and U.N. officials. “The superiors ordered [police] to stop, for a short period, enforcing the traffic laws because of the election,” Preap Chanvibol, director of the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation’s land transportation department, said Wednesday. “Enforcement has been stopped since July until now, but it will begin again as soon as possible.” About a dozen traffic police officers stationed along Norodom
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